EGC Clambake Episode for Dec 8, 2004

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC episode for December 8, 2004.

I talk about my capturing of internet streamed radio and play a choice nugget of wacky Cajun music; I discuss the ongoing dialog with Tony Kahn and dealing with the anger within with a interlude on why I don’t consider that I “rant” in here; I play a song by Dead Meadow; I discuss band websites and why MP3s should have the ID3 tags filled out; and I play a song by DQE.

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6 Replies to “EGC Clambake Episode for Dec 8, 2004”

  1. Thanks for playing our promo Dave – it’s really appreciated. Just as you’re excited to be mentioned by CNN, as beginning Podcasters, we’re excited to be mentioned by Dave Slusher! We’ll take your advice on future promos and make them ‘snappier’!

  2. I’m not surprised that the dude you mentioned doesn’t want to fill out all the info on the tags. You are asking him to do more work and the non-musically inclined music industry people didn’t start a label because they want to work hard. They want to leach as much as they can off of hard-working and creative bands. This dude (just like the RIAA) wants to fight the future and the future wont lose. It is my personal belief that if you make anything, music, podcasts, furniture, whatever, you supply contact info for anybody that finds it interesting and wants some more. You are in the business to make money, why slow down anybody from giving you some?

  3. Andy, no problem. Happy to play it. The promo was fine, it just needed less of a buildup. Get them jokers fired up quick!

    Jim, in general I don’t think people start labels because they are lazy. I just think that one particular guy is a 100 year flood of stupidity and willful missing of the point.

    Brad, sorry dude. I just don’t know what to tell you.

    Mike, that actually comes from my friend Darin, who had a coworker with a zillion of these Norm Crosy-esque malapropisms.

  4. This guys looks like he never listen to music on any portable player ! Or he doesn’t matter for him to get false informations about the file he is listening.
    I agree with James. That lazyness makes difficult to have a full music format.. Isn’t it obvious : the best, the less !

    Oh, Am I wrong 😉

    Olivier

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